Niagara's Juan'ya Green and Canisius point guard Billy Baron are two of the 25 finalists for the Lou Henson Award, given to the national mid-major player of the year by CollegeInsider.com.
Green, a sophomore for NU, is scoring 16.8 points per game this season while dishing out 5 assists and recording 1.9 steals a night.
Baron has made a huge impact for the Griffs after transferring in for his junior season, leading the team with 16.5 points per game.
The complete list of finalists is included below:
|Tommy Brenton||6-5||Sr.||Stony Brook|
|Isaiah Canaan||6-1||Sr.||Murray State|
|Jackie Carmichael||6-9||Sr.||Illinois State|
|Matthew Dellavedova||6-4||Sr.||Saint Mary's|
|James Ennis||6-7||Sr.||Long Beach|
|Jake Odum||6-4||Jr.||Indiana State|
|Augustine Rubit||6-7||Jr.||South Alabama|
|Taylor Smith||6-6||Sr.||Stephen F. Austin|
|Nate Wolters||6-4||Sr.||South Dakota State|
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